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Advice for Freshman

Anika Nyp and Kris Long

August 12, 2019

Don’t waste your time trying to figure out where everything is at East, you won’t  Study for your history final, but don’t study for biology tests If you’re a klutz use the bannister, there’s a lot of them ...

Advice for Juniors

Hannah Heger and Sophia Comas

August 12, 2019

Don't rely on the use your locker Study for the ACT  Don't over book your schedule Bring money for vending machine Take many college classes as comfortable Stay away from drama Participate in activities Do your ho...

Advice to Seniors

Meredith Comas and Joshua Flickenger

August 12, 2019

Retake ACT/SAT as early as possible and as many times as possible Keep an organized system for what colleges you need to visit, apply to, apply for financial aid and scholarships Take a class on financial literacy Sta...

Advice for Sophomores

Katya Tarabrina and Jennifer Sadler

August 12, 2019

Make friends; try to have at least one in each class Not all Freshman are bad Don’t act like you’re better than anyone else Learn to make friends with the upperclassmen Don’t take such difficult classes yet. Don...

Seniors give advice to underclassmen

Kaitlin Clark, Print Editor-in-Chief

May 13, 2019

As the senior class of 2019 prepares to graduate, a few students agreed to give underclassmen a piece of advice that they thought would be beneficial to them as they continued on their high school journeys.   “Find ...

Advice and tips for new-coming sophomores

Jonah Evarts, Sports Editor

August 18, 2017

Sophomore year is a stepping stone for most high school students, but most don’t handle it well. Oftentimes the first AP class a student faces can be daunting, and with new challenges to overcome, many students falter that year ...

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